B. Sc (Psych. Hon) (University of Sydney),
M. Clinical Psychology (Macquarie University),
PG Dip. Family Therapy (Institute of Psychiatry)
Nam-Hee is an AHPRA registered Psychologist endorsed in Clinical Psychology. She has been practicing as a Psychologist since 2004. She is currently working in private practices located in North Rocks & Crows Nest.
Nam-Hee specialises in working with people who experienced complex and prolonged trauma and abuse. She has extensive experience working for refugees and asylum seekers at Services for Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors (S.T.A.R.T.T.S.). She is also an AHPRA board-approved supervisor.
Nam-Hee provides psychological assessments and individually tailored psychotherapy to enhance the client's emotional well-being and quality of life. Therapy is confidential and conducted in a respectful, caring and accepting manner.
Nam-Hee aims to understand the person as a whole, and to meet each person, where they are at with their experiences at a physical, spiritual, cultural and social level.
Nam-Hee has extensive clinical experience working with:
Anxiety / Phobias / Panic attacks
Trauma (e.g. physical and sexual abuse, physical injuries or illnesses, war)
Grief and loss
Nam-Hee is also trained in Family Therapy. She has experiences working with families, couples, parents and children.
Nam-Hee is passionate about providing support for parents. She believes that supporting parents is one of the most effective ways to help nurture desired development and growth in children.
Quality psychological support is available for:
Couples & Families
Nam-Hee is able to provide counselling in Korean as well.
Nam-Hee is trained in therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Narrative Therapy and Solution Focused Brief Therapy. She has training in Hakomi method, which is an attachment informed, somatic & mindfulness based psychotherapy.
You can find out other areas of Nam-Hee's clinical experiences here.
Nam-Hee is dedicated to providing an accessible, confidential and high quality psychological care. She works collaboratively with clients to support individual growth to enhance the person’s ability to function and to enhance our quality of life.
"Supporting community's well-being"
"To enhance quality of life"
May 7, 2015
Launch of the North Rocks Counselling Practice website. Our clients, their support network, and health providers will be able to readily access information and resources on this website. We welcome your feedback.
Expanding Service Locations & Times
Nam-Hee is now providing counselling at Crows Nest located with Grow Mindfully Pty Ltd , as well as at North Rocks Counselling Practice.
Nam-Hee is now providing after hours sessions at the North Rocks & Crows Nest locations.
Message from a Client
“I just wanted to send a huge appreciation text! I am so grateful even though we only had a few sessions. I am in a much better place. I thank you for your kindness, patience and gentleness. If at any time I need to come back I will let you know but for now I am going great! Hope life is going well for you. God bless, Katrina M.”
When the client was contacted to gain consent to publish her feedback on the website, she added, “…what I noticed in my sessions, that I didn’t anywhere else, is that I don’t need to have the answers. Answers to label my thoughts, feelings, what to do in a situation. I just had to feel what it is that I was going though.
I used to panic. I didn’t know how to control my emotions and that I would burst out random inappropriate emotions and thoughts but is because I wasn’t trusting those emotions could be good….emotions help us be human and connected…we make mistakes and life is hard, complicated and it breaks us down. But counselling gets to the root. With the trust of someone who genuinely wants to walk you through it and to support you and show love to your situation.
Everyone is scared of being judged but in Nam-Hee’s sessions I not once felt judged, in fact, I felt I could finally be and say all I needed so that I could be free of the past”
Katrina M. (June 2019)